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Classicalite Q&A with Ian Williams on Battles, American Composers Orchestra's 'Clear Image,' 'High Fidelity' Cameo and Having a Baby Girl

Ian Williams, erstwhile guitarist in math rock pioneers Don Caballero, has been busy as of late--working on a new Battles record, writing his first piece for the American Composers Orchestra to perform at Carnegie Hall, fathering his first child. ...

American Composers Orchestra Honors Andy Akiho with $15,000 Grand Prize from the Underwood Emerging Composer Commission

The American Composers Orchestra (ACO) has named their 2014 Underwood Commission award to Andy Akiho. In addition to the accolade, the American-born composer will also be awarded a $15,000 prize for a future work to be premiered by the ACO.

League of American Orchestras Launches New Performance and Commissioning Initiative for Women Composers

The League of American Orchestras has announced a new initiative for female composers at the start of their careers. The program will provide a series of orchestral readings with professional orchestras, as well as two commissions.

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